Korina Barry

Director of Outreach, Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, Upper Midwest, USA

Korina Barry (Ojibwe), is the director of outreach for the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare at the University of Minnesota, where she develops and maintains the centers collaborative training and policy relationships with county, tribal, state, and community stakeholders. She is also an educator and community organizer. She previously worked as a direct practice social worker specializing in Indian child welfare. Korina received her bachelor of arts in child psychology and American Indian studies with an emphasis in Ojibwe language as well as her master of social work with a focus in child welfare from the University of Minnesota.


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